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Old 07-24-2005, 04:01 PM
wally007 wally007 is offline
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New mac owner , have few question

I've owned PCs since early 90's and just few days ago i jumped the gun and ordered dual G5's. ( i have never really used mac before )

Reason i'm searching for back up software even before i get my G5 is that i plan on doing following. getting tiger optimized , installing adobe's CS2 then flash mx 2004. Once i'm done installing registering all of the apps i want to make back up of that bootable drive with all OS x and apps in "virgin" state. So in case i install some mad plug in or harddrive goes bad i have something to go back to.

How would i accomplish this with your software ? I dont have external HD. Will i be able to burn image onto DVD ? And then once i need to use it how will i load it onto primary harddrive that is corrupted and make it exactly same as it was when i made back up ?

Thanks in advance for your time and answers.
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